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"While we found a link between surgical menopause and thinking and memory decline, women on longer hormone replacement therapies had slower declines. Since hormone replacement therapy is widely available, our research raises questions as to whether these therapies have a protective effect against cognitive decline and whether women who experience early surgical menopause should be taking hormone replacement therapies afterward."
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American Academy of Neurology's 65th Annual Meeting, January, 2013 Early Surgical Menopause Linked to Declines in Memory and Thinking Skills
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